In this Scotland’s Nature blog post (29 July 2023), Roddy Maclean explores the widespread presence of the element saobhaidh ‘animal den’ within the Highland landscape. Leugh ann an Gàidhlig / Read in Gaelic
The Field Studies Council (FSC) have announced the return of the Geographical Association’s annual celebration of fieldwork, #NationalFieldworkFortnight. Unfortunately this does not fit with the Scottish school holiday calendar. However, the FSC have put together some fantastic free resources and ways to get involved, at any time. These resources are [...]
Young people’s money can go further this year, thanks to an initiative between the National Trust for Scotland, Historic Environment Scotland and Historic Houses, which offers £1 entry to Young Scot National Entitlement Card (NEC) holders.
This free in-person workshop delivered by Cairngorms Ranger Service and NatureScot is for teachers of pupils of all ages. This takes place Wednesday 22nd February 16:30 – 18:00 (refreshments from 16:00). Exploring the newly designed Scottish Outdoor Access Code (SOAC) on line education pack, participants will learn about SOAC, links [...]
Esri UK have announced a new Careers with GIS website (10 June 2022). This is designed to inspire more students to study geography and GIS at GCSE, A-level and degree level, by highlighting the rewarding and exciting careers that these subjects unlock. The rich variety of jobs included demonstrates how geospatial technology [...]